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Julia Ann Walker & Marcelia Walker, b. 1820's in OH
Posted by: Neva Adams (ID *****2507) Date: November 12, 2004 at 18:28:37
In Reply to: Re: Seth Walker (m. Mary Childers & Elizabeth Rodgers) by Sharon Kingen of 537

Sharon, We did DNA testing over 3 yrs ago on our Walker's and had a match in Aug. of this year. We are now descended from Samuel Walker, b. 1615 in England who came to MA. Our missing link was Solomon Walker, Seth's father. If you have a direct male descendant Walker who can test, I encourage you to get together with other cousins to pay for it. It is well worth it. We would never have found out Solomon's name except by testing and knowing exactly which family line to browse through. Solomon was already "taken" by another family so I didn't pursue him when I first foung him.
Anyway, going back to your long ago offer to find info on Walker's, I have 2 females who are buried in Seth Walker's family cemetery. Julia Ann and Marcelia Walker were with him in his first census records, married in IN, and died. Julia Ann was without children. I have more info that I can send separately to give you what information I already have on them. If you are still available to look them up, write me at donandneva(at)juno.com and I'll send it.
Thanks! I do hope you have made some progress on your Walker's as well.


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